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The Syriac chronicle known as that of Zachariah of Mitylene


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Translated from Ms. Add. 17202 in the British Museum

Although this chronicle has been attributed to Zachariah (Zacharias) of Mitylene, "it is clear that the work of Zachariah ended in 491, and that he was only one of the authorities used by the compiler of the work before us, who followed him in bks. 3-6 only".--Introd


Publisher London, Methuen & Co.
Pages 362
Language English
Call number D17 .Z3
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Book contributor Cornell University Library
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Collection cornell; americana

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